Zarb Online MBA Ranked 15th by the Princeton Review

As we have reported before, the Zarb School’s Online MBA Program has been ranked very highly by various sources. Now, the Princeton Review has recognized us as well.

The rankings, released last week, rate the Top 25 online MBA programs in the U.S., based on surveys of administrators, students, and graduates of online MBA programs at 80 schools. Hofstra’s online MBA program is the only one in the metropolitan New York area to make the prestigious Princeton Review list.

Launched in 2011, Hofstra’s online MBA offers two concentrations: strategic business management and strategic health care management. While the majority of the two-year program is taught online, students also participate in two, four-day campus residences, as well as a week-long global practicum designed to provide a multinational, cross-cultural experience. Previous cohorts have traveled to China, Japan, and South Africa for their global practicum.

“It is very gratifying for our faculty, administrators, and students to receive national recognition as we continue to build an online MBA program that offers all the flexibility of distance learning with the academic rigor of a Zarb business degree,” said Dr. Kaushik Sengupta, PhD, Executive Director of the online MBA program and chair of the Department of Management and Entrepreneurship.

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